- Comparison of your effort in past month vs cohort or general pop (on the website)
- Stats on split of runs by time of day, day of week etc (on the website)
- Use of average of previous 7 runs in predicting time or distance when setting up a run
- Use of music controls to pause/resume a run
- Community .... no one is there anymore!
- My coach program
- Stickers :-)
The stickers are amusing for a bit. Finding the related stickers that only appear on Sunday made me chuckle, but it isn't tapping into the stats and comparison side of "social" running. I'm not sure if it is me, but it doesn't appear to be as easy to share the link the to run. Peaking at the route and splits of other runner's workouts is key aspect of this comparison.
But hey, what do I know. I don't know what their product strategy is. Or what their OKRs might be. Just from the outside, as a user, some of the decisions seem puzzling.